Canon 600D / EF 70-200 f2.8 L USM / EF 50 f1.8 II
One basic but v impt teaching that u must know in photography is that "light is your best friend".Originally Posted by SacredSoul
More light u have, the better it is. In basics, Light and ISO work inversely, among other things
The very basics of photography is capturing light, very much like what your eyes are seeing. Without light, you will see nothing.
The sun is the light source that lights up the whole world(daytime), while your room's bulb is only used to light up your room.
So does it make sense now why landscape shot is almost instant while in your room is 3-4 secs?
Thanks for all the comments. Has really helped me. I've got another question though. I went out to take some photos today. Shot in Aperture priority mode. The first image is underexposed, the 2nd image is overexposed and the 3rd image is just right. All photos were shot within seconds from one another. HDR mode was off. Exposure compensation was set to 0.0. Any idea why the shots turned out like that? I even tried setting a higher ISO but no dice.